Aviation Tool Control

Tool Control Foam InsertsTool Trolley 2

Due to aviation maintenance regulations regarding tool control, tools must be packed in their cases or drawers with foam inserts made in such a way that all tools have a  clearly defined location and any missing tools are easily seen.

Are you a careful techie or a supervisor of techies?  Tap & Die Drawer
Or maybe you just don’t want to leave valuable tools behind at the end of a job. Organize your toolbox, protect delicate tools, see at a glance whether any tool is missing.

AIRPORT WORKER
Do you work in aircraft maintenance and need to comply with CASR Part 145 (addressing human error)?Aircraft Anvils

Since the CASR recommendations for tool management and tool control have gained prominence, Image Alloy Cases has been inundated with orders for foam inserts cut to hold Sets of tools

To keep up with demand, we have developed a method to scan in tools of all shapes and sizes to a template Pneumatic Toolscomputer model.  This template is then used to create accurate, one off or repeatable and professional looking foam inserts / Tool drawer liners.

Scanning takes only takes an hour or two and if prearranged can be done immediately. If you can spare your tool kit for a few days usual lead times would require us to have your tools for a couple of days maximum and plastic cases perthyour completed foam inserts or drawer liners will be ready for delivery around a week later.

We also supply Pelican, Storm & Space cases and have a range of our own plastic cases called IMPLAC Cases, so we can provide the complete case solution.

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